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Honors Physics

First Semester

Honors Physics


Kinematics


Circular Motion











Kinematics

v = constant velocity

v
f
= final velocity

v
i
= initial velocity

x = displacement

t = time

a = constant acceleration

g = acceleration of gravity

θ
= angle (degr
ee)

F = force

M = mass

F
f
= friction force

F
N
= normal force


= coefficient of friction

d = overall displacement

W = work

KE = kinetic energy

PE = potential energy

h = height above zero

P = power

p = momentum


Circular
Motion

r = distance from center

v
t
= tangential velocity

T = period

a
c
=
centripetal
acceleration

F
c
= centripetal force

G = Universal Gravitational Constant

G = (6.673
×
10

11
N

m
2
/kg
2
)


Fluid Mechanics

ρ
= density

V = volume of fluid

F
B
= buoyant force

P = pressure

A = area

P
o
= pressure
above fluid

o
F = degree Fahrenheit

o
C = degree Celsius

K = Kelvin temperature

h = height of fluid above

v = velocity of
fluid

T = temperature

n = number of moles of a gas

N = number of particles of a gas

R = Gas Constant


8.31 J/mol
Κ

K = Boltzmann’s C
onstant


1.38 x 10
-
23
J/K


Heat

Q = heat

C
p
= specific heat

ΔT = change in temperature

L
f
= latent heat of fusion

L
v
= latent heat of vaporization




Fluid Mechanics


Heat



















Honors Physics

Second
Semester

Honors Physics


Simple Harm
onic Motion
and Waves


























Simple Harmonic Motion and Waves

k=spring constant

f=frequency

T=period

λ
=wavelength


Light and Optics

c=3.00x10
8
m/s (speed of light)

f=
focal length

p=object distance

q=image distance

M
=magnification

h'=height of image

h=height of object

n=index of refraction

d=distance between slits

m=order # for interference eq


Electricity

q = charge

N = number of particles

e = elementary charge
(1.60x10
-
19
C)

F
E
= electric force

k
C
= columb’s constant

(8.99x10
9
N

m


C

)

E = electric field

I = current

t = time

V =
potential
difference

v
=
velocity

R = resistance

R
eq
=Equilivent Resistance

P = Power


Subatomic Physics

E
0
= rest energy

E
bind
= binding energy

∆m = mass defec
t

u = atomic mass unit

N = number of unstable nuceli

Δ
N = num
ber of decayed nuclei

λ
= decay constant

T
1/2
= Half
-
Life

n = number of half
-
lifes

1 u=1.660502 x 10
-
27



kg


Or

1 u
converted to energy
=931
MeV

1 Ci=3.7 x 10
10
Bq













Light and Optics


Electricity

€
q

Ne
F
E

k
C
q
1
q
2
r
2
E

F
q
o

k
C
q
r
2
I

q
t
V

IR
P

IV

I
2
R

V
2
R
R
eq

s

R
1

R
2

R
3

...
1
R
eq

p

1
R
1

1
R
2

1
R
3

...
F
magnetic

qvB

Subatomic Physics